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at a remote gun range has killed two men. one was a former navy seal. >> just a terrible story. arrest.ave made an they are still trying to figure out exactly what led to the .eath .nterest answer has more -- navy sealghbor for his recordwn number of killed as a sniper, and this man were shot and glen roseurday in texas. a hunting guide found their bodies. , eddie raythis man up truckok piles pick and drove to his sisters house. it was there that ralph admitted kyles sister that he shot and littlefield. the sister called the police. a neighbor describes the scene. four shotgunske on them. i know, time passes, he starts down thees road. him.all take off after a short chase, they charged ralph who was with murder and is being held $3 million bond. four years in the and was unemployed at the time of the shooting. no word on a mosys. -- motive. kyle may have been helping he was killed. >> there has been some mention was auspects mother ,choolteacher, for a long time to mr. have reached out to try and help her son. x this is how friend and fellow -- cox travis talks remembers him. the man w
electricity source. that left two trains stopped for hours between the anacostia and navy yard stations. some people got off and tried to walk. eventually the trains made it to the stations but you can see the chaos as people tried to board shuttle buses. metro says that this incident points to the system problems that need to be improved. >>> we have new information coming into the news4 newsroom about the chain reaction crash on the beltway. the fire department released this picture of 30-year-old lieutenant ryan emmons. he was seriously injured in that crash. doctors say he is improving this morning after they reattached his arm. police say a fire truck was trying to make a u-turn on the beltway when a tractor trailer rear ended it. a jeep was also involved in that crash. the driver and passenger in the jeep and driver of the tractor trailer remain in the hospital this morning. no word on their conditions. three firefighters were treated and released. >>> we have some breaking news. we are following two breaking news stories. shooting outside of a courthouse in kaufmann county, texas. outs
's commute. many were stuck outside the navy yard station while thousands of others were stranded underground. this came after a track fire, when emergency responders cut power to both sides of the track. as a result it shut down the green line from navy yard to southern avenue. transportation reporter adam tuss is live at the navy yard with more on the madness on metro today. adam? >> reporter: jim, new details about exactly what happened lt night here along the green line, and the head of metro is telling riders he's sorry. >> i want to apologize to our customers. there were very long delays last night. some experienced some alarmt. >> reporter: the general manager said while the investigation is continuing, he admits the response simply wasn't good enough. >> it was unacceptable to them as our customers, and certainly unacceptable to me. >> reporter: just to recap, a piece of the third rail began smoking. d.c. fire came in, and somewhere along the line, power was cut to the wrong stretch of track. that meant two nearby trains were frozen in place. metro says it was one of their own employe
an american hero and former navy seal is gunned down and killed. the man charged in his death, a fellow soldier. >> and the community honors one of their own with a super bowl bash to benefit a man who lost everything in a deadly house fire. >> thanks for joining us tonight. i'm laura evans. >> i'm maureen umeh. >>> we'll get to those stories in a moment, but first the beginning of the workweek could bring more winter weather, but how long will it last? let's head over to fox 5's gwen tolbart in the weather center for more. >> we've got really cold conditions sticking around and another chance for snow. let's take a look at radar. a few light flurries pushing their way cross the area tonight, not a lot to be too concerned with. we'll have a little change in the beginning of the workweek. let's go to our weather maps and look at our satellite and radar composite. we've got a lot of clouds and some of that quick moving snow there are tryst pushing its way across the area -- snow activity still pushing its way across the area. there is a winter storm warning for areas along the allegheny f
sniper in u.s. history. navy seal chris keil murdered. we look at the life and accomplishment of a true american hero. >> president barack obama extending olive branch to religious institutions making changes to the contraception mandate are they really accommodating or just gimmicks? we will hear from the president of a catholic university in just a little bit. >> and let's get ready to rum bible. we -- rumble. brian kilmeade live from new orleans superdome in just moments. he did a great job down there yesterday he will do a better job today because it is super bowl sunday. ifst ffsz begins right now. >> peter gabriel for you this morning. welcome in to "fox & friends" on this super bowl sunday. super bowl 47. san francisco 49ers vs. the baltimore ravens live from the big easy. >> you guys ready for some good bean dip and beer and wings later. >> bean dip? i'm a guacamole guy. >> i will send you recipe. my sister-in-law made buffalo wing sauce. she said i would almost these frozen it is so good. franks hot sauce. shredded chicken. >> i put that on everything. >> franks hot sauce. >> y
out why a 25-year-old iraq war veteran killed a renowned navy s.e.a.l. sniper, chris kyle. eddie ray routh is charged with two counts of capital murder. we have more on that. good morning, joe johns. >> reporter: eddie ray routh being held in jail on $3 million bond. a suspect in custody, but there are a lot of questions about what happened at the gun range and why. former navy s.e.a.l. chris kyle, who claimed a record 150 kills in iraq, died at the hands of another vet authorities say. allegedly using a semiautomatic handgun. what police don't know yet is why. >> i don't thank we'll ever know. he's the only one that knows that. but at this point, he hasn't made any comments to law enforcement as to why he did. >> reporter: kyle's friend, chad littlefield, and the suspect, eddie ray routh, all drove to the gun range together in a pickup truck. less than two hours later, kyle and littlefield were dead. routh fled to his sister's house, and she called police and he was eventually caught. routh is an iraq war veteran, leaving the marines in 2010. kyle, who wrote "american sniper" talked
. >>> and the navy says the mine sweeper that's been stuck on a reef in the philippines for nearly two weeks is a total loss. so, "the uss guardian" is going to be cut into pieces to avoid further environmental damage. the crew was using charts that had the reef eight miles away. two, big cranes will arrive friday to start taking "the guardian" apart. >>> in brazil, a crowd of mourners marched through the city of santa maria last night, demanding justice for the victims of the nightclub fire. police are demanding answers from the cub's co-owners and two members of the band. many inside the club were doomed by safety violations. there was no fire alarm, no fire escape and no sprinklers. >>> and back here at home, and a look ahead to the next presidential race, believe it or not. hillary clinton's possible bid for the office is now being backed by a super pac. ready for hillary was registered with the federal election commission just last week. it's being run by a virginia supporter and has no direct connection to clinton herself. >>> three months after hurricane sandy, the senate has approved
. >>> a former navy s.e.a.l. who wrote a book about his lethal marksmanship in texas was killed, found dead on saturday at a gun range outside of ft. worth. police arrested an iraq war veteran, charging him with murder. chris kyle detailed his time in the military in a book. >> every person i kid, i have a clear conscience of because they were trying to harm americans or allies. >> 25-year-old marine reservist and iraq war vet eddie ray roth has been charged with capital murder. the suspect was apparently suffering from mental illness. >>> a firefighter recovering in the hospital after he was injured fighting a fire. the flames broke out early this afternoon at this home on kingsfield lane. a neighbor called 911 after somebody knocked on his door to warm him the fire was spreading. >> someone knocked on the door, i don't know who it was. they seemed panic and said our neighbor christy's house was on fire. we ran out and saw that the left portion of the house was engulfed. >> the firefighter is expected to be okay. no word on the cause. >>> former washington public schools chancellor michell
, training. mr. courtney: the navy has told us it will cancel maintence in on 23 ships, reduce flying hours by 55%. and reduce steaming days by 22%. the bipartisan policy center has warned us that a million jobs will be lost if sequester happens. what is the response of the majority party? the budget chair, mr. ryan, simply said, sequester is going to happen. we can't afford to lose those cuts. for the sake of our economy, for the sake of our national defense, we have to do better than that. congress must adopt the president's balanced budget and avoid the economic and military calamity, a calamity that can easily be avoided. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from ohio seek recognition? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. the speaker:: mr. speaker, president obama missed a great opportunity today to help our economy. this was supposed to be the day that the president submitted his budget to the congress. but it's not coming
's going to happen. one recently talked about the navy. we're going to have less ships. they're going to move less. they're going to train less. they're going to be maintained much less. therefore, they're not going to be able to deploy to respond to threats and project power as necessary. the constitution mandates providing for national defense and our military guarantor of our freedom. if we don't maintain that, everything else goes way. at the same time every veteran understands there is fat to be cut from the defense department. let's reform it. the nature of these sequester cuts is to take a meat ax to the budget. let's reform the defense budget and look at the largest drivers of our deficit in mandate spending programs those on the left end of the spectrum don't want to cut. >>brian: they took gates cuts and are going try to up them by $500 billion. leon panetta takes over from them. has the same fear. here's what he said yesterday on "meet the press." >> we've got a plan for that possibility because there are so many members saying we're going to let it take place, but i have t
navy as well. african americans served in the navy during the civil war as well but once again, all of these are models. they don't represent any one particular african-american. inside the rotunda of the capitol there is a bust of dr. martin luther king jr.. but this is washington. we like full size statues. we like to put them in the middle of the street where we have to drive in circles around them. so we are not going to count this either. so, where in washington, d.c. is the only statue of a real african-american man on public land, and as a bonus, we're in washington is the only statue of a real african-american woman? the answer is they are both in the same place, lincoln park. in the middle of lincoln park is a statue called freedom memorial. it's a statue of president lincoln with a freed slave at his feet. that is a real person named arthur alexander. >> technology, you know. let's back up one. am i doing this or is it doing it itself? there we go. i want to read you a little bit about the freedom memorial. >> lincoln park located between 11th and 13th streets frequented o
. we'll talk to you soon. >>> up next, we'll get the latest on the murder of a former navy s.e.a.l. sniper as the man accused of killing him is on suicide watch. >>> but first, there's a lot going on today. here's things we thought you should know. just getting in a new picture of president george h.w. bush out to dinner saturday night. he was released from the hospital after spending a month there with an infection. president bush was axeened by his wife barbara, son neil and daughter-in-law maria. >>> and today's john kerry's first day on the job as secretary of state. secretary kerry arrived at the state department this morning and addressed the new staff paying tribute to the predecessor, hillary clinton. >> here's the big question before the country and the world and the state department after the last eight years. can a man actually run the state department? i don't know. as the saying goes, i have big heels to fill. >> that's pretty funny. okay. speaking of funny, donald trump is suing bill maher for $5 million. he says it will go to charity and accusing him of not fol
and the fact that someone caught him pretty funny. >>> up next, the latest on the murder of a former u.s. navy s.e.a.l. at a texas gun range. details about who he was and who allegedly killed him. >>> also, the group mayors against illegal guns, running a super bowl ad this evening that features a much younger wayne la pierre and his comments, before a house hearing days after columbine. you're watching msnbc. the place for politics. the perg begins with back pain and a choice. take advil, and maybe have to take up to four in a day. or take aleve, which can relieve pain all day with just two pills. good eye. [ male announcer ] it's red lobster's 30 shrimp! for $11.99 pair any two shrimp selections on one plate! like mango jalapeƑo shrimp and parmesan crunch shrimp. just $11.99. offer ends soon! i'm ryon stewart, and i sea food differently. in that time there've been some good days. and some difficult ones. but, through it all, we've persevered, supporting some of the biggest ideas in modern history. so why should our anniversary matter to you? because for 200 years, we've been helping ideas m
that could be used to, basically, block the chinese navy from moving into the western pacific from the east china sea. they have been a source of daily confrontations on the sea and now in the air between japan and china. you have two new administrations, one in china, one in japan. there is a hardening of positions on both sides. there's the usual diplomatic feelers, but i haven't talked to anyone who takes them particularly seriously. and we are one ep3 incident away from potentially a major conflict between japan and china. now, do i think it would be a war? no. on the other hand, the tensions and the domestic tensions in both countries, i think, mean that this would not be very easy to solve. and whoever backs down either before conflict or after conflict is going to lose an enormous amount of credibility and influence in the region. both sides know that, and that's why they are now moving forward to getting much closer to war. the third thing is managing this broader, broader china relationship. and here's where i'll link it back to what dani said and wrap up my comments. this is the l
in the united states navy. he served in vietnam, where pretty famously he was awarded three purple hearts and a silver star and a bronze star. before he was the senator from the great state of texas, before he was a lawyer, ted cruz, on the other hand, went to princeton, and then went to harvard law school, where he did very well in school. it was therefore pretty breathtaking when senator ted cruz voiced his opposition to both senator kerry's nomination at the state department and to the nomination of chuck hagel to run the defense department. chuck hagel received two purple hearts in vietnam and walks around every day with shrapnel in his chest. it was pretty remarkable when we heard the reason why senator ted cruz says that those two wounded combat veterans are not going to get his vote in the senate. >> we've got two pending nominations, john kerry, chuck hagel. both of whom are very prominently anti-us. less than ardent fans of the u.s. military. >> they don't love the military. not like he does. he is the junior senator from texas. there are no medals for a declaration like that, bu
build their business, i will use an example. the navy may know the company i was lucky enough to work with them when they were getting off the ground, helping build their first series of servers, they showed me a demo and said, what you think about this idea? they are like the day for handmade goods. so you have a situation where they are and powering people all over the world, specifically heavily targeted in rural america, areas that are underserved and underemployed. to build their own businesses. i do not know how to match your question because what i want is to find ways to build more of those types of companies. i was able to help build a business that builds businesses. that creates a kind of an economy. i do not see that as the state eating its own tail. -- snake eating its own tail. i see that as the internet in powering the world. -- empowering the world. >> intellectual property rights, as you know, for most of the country's history, international treaties were an essential factors like survival, military treaties and so forth. now almost everything we do is influen
the anacostia and navy yard stations are still emotional about the experience less than 24 hours later. >> we still had to pay. we had to pay to get off the train after sitting in the tunnel for over what, an hour and a half. >> reporter: many are still frustrated that once the power was out they were left in the dark. >> i think the reason why some people were panicking was because when the conductor said that he couldn't get through to central control, i think that's when some people decided they would try to get themselves out. >> reporter: from metro's general manager after a morning meeting that included d.c. fire officials came this apology. >> the first thing i want to do is apologize to our customers. they were on the trains for a long time. >> reporter: the problem he says, a piece of equipment was smoking and it was human error when crews went down to the tracks to try to stop it. >> emergency trip button was hit that takes power down and that's when the power came down from underneath two trains. so there was no longer power to those trains. >> reporter: the investigation is ju
the battlefield. navy s.e.a.l. chris kyle whose best-telling book "american sniper" details four tours in iraq was killed yesterday at a gun range in texas. the shooter believed to be a former marine whom kyle was counseling through a struggle with ptsd. in iraq kyle was awarded two silver stars and five bronze stars for bravery. we honor his service. and that is all for us today. thanks for sharing part of your sunday with us. check out "world news with david muir" tonight, and i'll see you tomorrow on "gma." >> in the news super bowl sunday is finally here as 49er fans and police get ready for the big game. and some cajun flavor for fans in new orleans. we will have a live report from abc7 news reporter katie marzullo from outside the super bowl. >> partly cloudy skies. temperatures near 50 right now from the emeryville camera. there is an end in site for the extended dry period. extended dry period. i'll show it to you next on [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad.
shooting range. chris kyle, a decorated former navy s.e.a.l. who not only survived four combat tours in iraq but was hailed as perhaps the deadliest sniper in u.s. military history, was shot and killed on saturday by a troubled fellow soldier, a man he was trying to help. nbc news chief pentagon correspondent jim miklaszewski joins us with the latest on this. what are police and witnesses saying happened here and where things went so wrong for chris kyle? >> well, police in texas have one suspect in custody. eddie ray routh, a marine corps reservist, 25 years old, who apparently, according to reports, was suffering from ptsd. now, chris kyle and other veterans there in texas would often try to independently help those with ptsd by taking them to shooting ranges to sort of blow off steam. now, according to officials in texas, this was the first time that kyle and his friend had met eddie ray routh at this shooting range about 50 miles outside ft. worth on saturday, when suddenly and allegedly, routh opened fire with a hand gun at point-blank range allegedly again killing both kyle and
held. on the second day of a pre-trial hearing, navy commander walter reed says the conditions of the men should factor into whether there ultimately sentenced to death. >> in cases where we have asked to put people to death. when the government sets out to put people to death, our supreme court has said [indiscernible] one of our standards is to go in and look at their conditions of confinement, look at how they live. >> activists from across the country gathered at the education department in washington on tuesday to demand federal action on a wave of school closures. parents, students, and organizers told education secretary arne duncan and top aides that school closings are hurting entire communities, disproportionately those made up of low-income residents and people of color. the education department is currently probing complaints that school closings in six cities including d.c., newark, philadelphia, detroit, new york, a chicago, violate the 1964 civil rights act. karen harper royal, a parent and activist from new orleans, said the administration's policies are hurting
that the horrors of war echo far beyond the battlefield. navy s.e.a.l. chris kyle who's best-telling book "american sniper" detours four tours in iraq was killed yesterday as a gun range in texas. the shooter believed to be a former marine whom kyle was counseling through a struggle with ptsd. in iraq kyle was awarded two silver star and five bronze stars for bravery. we honor his service. and that is all for us today. thanks for sharing part of your sunday with us. check out "world news" with david muir tonight and see you tomorrow on "gma." i got it when we could download an hd movie in like two minutes. [ male announcer ] once you've got verizon fios internet, you get it, the difference 100% fiber optics makes. but don't take our word for it, ask a real fios customer. ask me about the upload speeds. they're sick! [ male announcer ] so go online today and send a tweet to a real fios customer, and they'll tell you themselves just how amazing fios really is. [ female announcer ] so get it now and see for yourself. supercharge your internet speeds. switch to fios internet, tv and phone online for ju
to senator blunt and blumenthal about modernizing our navy. i would like to hear your thought process. how are we going to do this? where is the money coming from? how are you going to advise the president in making these decisions? we're looking at sequester, we're looking at budget constraints. how does this all tie together? what would be your advice to the president on how the pentagon is going to address all of those budget constraints? >> well, let's start with where we are. the pentagon is adjusting and i think, responsible -- responsibly to our future based on the budget control act of 2011. you know the details of that. the chief has submitted plans as we rebalance and refit and unwind a second war and all the dynamics that are changing them since the last decade. it gives us new opportunities. audits, all the acquisition focus, accountability, we are being forced -- the department of defense -- to take a hard look at its priorities. as i said before, it begins with mission then the resources to fulfill that mission and then what are the priorities within that mission. how do you
't killed on the battlefield. this shooting wasn't an accident either. former navy s.e.a.l. chris kyle and friend chad littlefield decided to take eddie ray routh to a gun range. in texas. routh was thought to be showing signs of post traumatic stress disorder. these two men thought they could take him out, try to help him. less than two hours later, both kyle and littlefield were dead and former marine eddie ray routh is charged with their murder. >> apparently mr. kyle works with people that are suffering from some issues that had been in the military. and this -- this shooter is possibly one of those people that he had taken out to the range, to mentor, to visit with, to help him, you know, that's all. >> dr. sanjay gupta, we don't know for sure if this shooter had ptsd. you look at his resume, if you will, three tours of duty, marine, would that be a first thought of yours? ptsd? >> it would be high on the list, people described him as having those sorts of symptoms. look at the statistics, one in five, one in six, returning veterans have ptsd. the numbers are pretty high. and keep
. >>> there are new details about the mental state of an iraq war veteran accused of killing a former navy s.e.a.l. who claimed to be the best sniper in the iraq war. he was reportedly taken to a mental hospital in september after he threatened to kill his family and himself. he was also treated at the same mental hospital last month. officials say he claimed he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder. he's been charged with murder in the shooting death of chris kyle and his friend, chad littlefield. soldiers suffering from this disorder says the army needs to doer to -- to help them. the director says he's signed an order to treat them on the battlefield and at home. he made the announcement in washington state. psychiatrists have been accused of changing ptsd diagnosis so the army would not have to pay medical benefits. >> on the first step by which i ask for a report back before the end of february from the undersecretary of the vice cheap to present me with a plan by which we can make it a reality. >> he says he does not believe the reversal of ptsd diagnoses happened at other basis
of the competitive navies, the french or spanish, in the british navy, a british naval officer had to stop as a midshipman. he had to be able to do -- start as a midshipman. he had to be able to do every job on the ship. they were not the aristocracy given commands -- giving commands. they were middle-class people who became highly professional. and competent. their crews were built on being highly professional and competent. as you know, to a degree, cruise benefited when they captured or destroyed any ship -- crews benefited when they captured or destroyed any ship. to a degree, they became entrepreneurs of battle. what nelson understood was they were self-motivated and extraordinarily competent entities. what he had to do was move them into position where those motivations and those talents could be put in position. he did not have to fight the fight. he did not have to micromanage. he had to build them into confident, competent, capable, self-contained crews and leaders, maneuver them into position where they could have the effect that he wanted, and then do it. that was very similar t
committee on gun violence. also testifying, retired navy captain mark kelly, husband of former congresswoman gabrielle giffords, who was shot two years ago in tucson. the washington post as a story about how families react when local public schools closed. a group of activists a closing schools most of text poor and minority students. -- most effects poor. we would like to hear from you. here are the numbers to call -- you can also find us online. send us a tweet. wheat can share that on the air. you can join the conversation on facebook by looking for c-span .r e-mail us in the headline in the washington post this morning -- what you think's? is closing public schools a civil rights issue? the washington post says -- other stories related to this, from "the huffington post" -- those phone numbers again -- we will start with an independent caller this morning. lou in connecticut. good morning. caller: good morning. i would like to see all public schools closed. public schools are a government monopoly, and utter failure. it would be like having a government monopoly in the automobile industr
and perspectives. we both love the navy. i still do to this day. but i had different feelings from john about the war. for both of us, vietnam was a deep point in our live, the way it was for many of our generation. here in the senate late one night, -- a trip of senator, congressman going somewhere in the world, we were going to kuwait after the first gulf war. john and i found others on a c130. neither could sleep. so we talked. we talked late in to the night about our lives and our war. shortly thereafter george mitchell and bob dole through us together on committee to investigate the fate of americans missing from the war which we fought. it was a tough time. and emotional issue where rambo was a box office smash and "newsweek" magazine covered provocative photographs which asked whether americans were still alive over there. in to that called rein, we were thrown together. some were suspicious of boast us -- both of us. together we found common ground. i will never forget standing with john in the which he spent a number of years of his life. alone in the cell listening to him talk about
-year-old boy. nationwide, the murder of former navy seal will overshadow the president's visit as well. kyl was a deck created seal veteran skilled on saturday volunteering to help others cope with pstd. he was killed in texas allegedly by a war vet that he was trying to help. the suspect is thought to have some type of mental illness, but the motive is still unclear. the vice president today is still on that trip overseas and will be in paris today meeting with u.s. embassy staff. we will be right back. we have a big big hour and the iq will go way up. (vo) current tv gets the converstion started weekdays at 9am eastern. >> i'm a slutty bob hope. >> you are. >> the troops love me. (vo) tv and radio talk show host stephanie miller rounds out current's morning news block. >> you're welcome current tv audience for the visual candy. just be grateful current tv does not come in smellivision. the sweatshirt is nice and all but i could use a golden lasso. (vo) only on current tv. [ voice of dennis ] driving bonus check? every six months without an accident,
out of training in july, 1968, went to the united states navy, and belt with peak -- dealt with people coming back from "apocalypse now," essentially. the involvement that john kerry had, i saw the people on those boats. host: did that inspire you to run for congress, serving in your 13th term? guest: absolutely, i came back in july of 1970 and was elected. i think war was generally destructive. that is why i opposed the iraq war. i have seen the movie before. i know what is coming back from iraq and afghanistan and i did not want it to happen. we are inundated with suicide and all kinds of problems in our society. that had an impact on me, john kerry, chuck hagel -- a lot of us went through all of us to understand what war is all about. host: a little background as we talk to jim mcdermott. wayne, a question or comment for the congressman. caller: healthcare, medicare stuff like that, -- medicare should stay with the younger -- elder folks that earned it. healthcare, right now, it should be with the company's. right now i am with a -- i am a truck driver. we have to pay for our own me
in the military. i spent 25 years in the u.s. navy. i've shot these weapons. i've flown in combat. these weapons are extremely effective at killing a lot of people very quickly. and they should be reserved for the united states military. >> you know, mika, i hear that over and over again from my friends that have served in the military. we've heard it from colin powell. we heard it from stan mcchrystal. so many of my friends that have served in the army that have served in the marines say i've used these weapons. i know what they're for. they're for killing a lot of people as quickly as possible. they should be used for killing enemies on foreign battlefields, not for civilian use. >> and we're hearing from general after general that comes on our show and actually has an honest conversation about this, which is what we do here. and they don't see a place for it in our society. and i don't understand -- i had a very hard time listening to the testimony from the nra as well as from -- i think it's gayle trotter, the lawyer who is representing their point of view because it just, to me, is putting
the parade of papers, "the houston chronicle." former navy s.e.a.l. chris kyle was one of two people murdered at a shooting range on saturday. kyle wrote the best-selling book "american sniper," detailing his service over four combat tours where he killed at least 150 insurgents. police say he was gunned down on saturday by 25-year-old eddie ray ralph, a former iraq war veteran who may be suffering from mental illness. >>> and "the kansas city star," a secret legal review concludes president obama has broad powers to prevent a cyber attack against america. the obama administration is said to be many the midst of developing new guidelines for digital warfare including how the military can react with preemptive strikes. >>> "the wall street journal." iran's foreign minister told world leaders yesterday tehran is prepared to resume negotiations over its nuclear program. the u.s. and european officials, however, are skeptical such talks will happen. iran has delayed similar negotiations in the past and is yet to formally commit a delegation to a new round of talks scheduled for later this month.
: i came out of training in july, 1968, went to the united states navy, and belt with peak -- dealt with people coming back from "apocalypse now," essentially. the involvement that john kerry had, i saw the people on those boats. host: did that inspire you to run for congress, serving in your 13th term? guest: absolutely, i came back in july of 1970 and was elected. i think war was generally destructive. that is why i opposed the iraq war. i have seen the movie before. i know what is coming back from iraq and afghanistan and i did not want it to happen. we are inundated with suicide and all kinds of problems in our society. that had an impact on me, john kerry, chuck hagel -- a lot of us went through all of us to understand what war is all about. host: a little background as we talk to jim mcdermott. wayne, a question or comment for the congressman. caller: healthcare, medicare stuff like that, -- medicare should stay with the younger -- elder folks that earned it. healthcare, right now, it should be with the company's. -- companies. right now i am with a -- i am a truck driver. we
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